Robert Allen Bowman Jr.
November 30, 1955-May 14, 2020
Robert A. Bowman Jr., 64, of Richmond passed away into eternal life on the morning of Thursday, May 14, 2020 at Colonial Heights Health and Rehab.
He worked for many years at Michael Simpson Grocery Stores in Highland Park, Richmond.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Sr. and Louise F. Bowman; and one sister, Joyce F. Jones (Franklin). Survivors include his two sons, Dahalo Bowman (Jay)of Hanover, Va. and Robert T. Bowman of Henrico, Va.; two grandchildren Julian and Elijah Bowman both of Hanover, Va.; brother Bernard E. Freeman (Loraine)of Henrico, Va.; two nieces, Cynthia L. Freeman and Tiffany Jones both of Richmond; three great-nieces; two nephews, Kevin Freeman of Charlotte, NC and Lamont Jones of P F Lugerville, Tx, seven great-nephews; two devoted cousins Maude A. Freeman of Detroit, MI; and John W. Freeman Jr. of Richmond, Va.; and other relatives and friends.
No farewell words were spoken,
No time to say goodbye,
You were gone before we knew it,
And only God knows Why.
Robert you were loved and will never be forgitten. Rest peacefully my dear cousin. God be with you. Love Maude.
Rest In Peace my little cousin you always made us laugh love you
Beloved Brother, Father and Grandfather gone but he will never be forgotten. He fought the good fight but it was time for him to go home . Rest in peace my brother. You will be missed.
Wow we can’t believe you are gone. We will miss you tremendously but there is no more pain or sorrow. The HP community has lost another soldier. Rest easy until we see you again Red! Good memories ❤️❤️ Mike and Cyn Simpson and family
Thank God for my uncle,and time we share with him , he will be greatly missed his loving nephew
Uncle Robert you’ll never be forgotten. Your memory lives on through us. Remembering you listening to your Reggae music while I jump on your bed. The picture you painted for me. Always keeping us laughing. Love you and Miss you!❤️❤️ Resting Easy
Love your Niece Tiffany
I remember when you was younger and we used to take the whole family to New York in the summer for a week or so. You did a lot of things for me around the house and your talents will be missed. If i ever needed you, you would always come to the rescue. Now you can rest from your labor and you got your reward.
You were more than an Uncle and we were close as Brother and Sister. Bowman you never wavered from who you truly were and I always admired you for that. No matter what obstacles life threw your way, you always came out on top. I certainly will miss your amazing sense of humor, many talents, and your zest for life. I will miss how you greeted me with a smile, our very honest conversations and ended it with love. I will never worried about you knowing how I felt about you because I gave you your flowers while you were here. Thanks for giving me the lessons about the in and outs of life. For you Bowman, I am forever grateful. Kiss Grandma Louise for me and until you an I meet again.
Forever Loving You,